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Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014

For a close look at some outstanding works of photojournalism, stop by the 3rd floor of Columbia University School of Journalism for an exhibit of...

Monday, 29 Sep 2014

In its 75th anniversary year, the OPC has embarked on a project to record memories of some of our most venerable members for the club’s archives...

Friday, 26 Sep 2014
Left to right: OPC board member Robert Nickelsberg, Sarah Voisin of the Washingt

When bullets start to fly, print journalists run for cover while conflict photographers head toward the fray. That often means facing greater...

Thursday, 25 Sep 2014
Left to right: Jocelyn Ford, Kathleen McLaughlin, Minky Worden and Joseph Kahn s

Life as a foreign correspondent in China is getting harder. Over the last year, the government has tightened reins on journalists, and reports of...

Monday, 22 Sep 2014
Orville Schell, left, speaks to attendees during a lunchtime panel on China's ec

When writing about China’s economy, Western media has often portrayed the country in unfavorable terms. Over the last two...

Friday, 19 Sep 2014
Left to right: Louise Roug of Mashable, Jason Mojica of Vice, Miriam Elder of Bu

As newspapers and traditional media shrink overseas bureaus, three digital media powerhouses are ramping up their international coverage....

Tuesday, 16 Sep 2014
Left to right: Marcus Brauchli, Dorinda Elliott, Barbara Demick, Gady Epstein an

Foreign journalists have long wrestled with China’s many riddles. What makes its...

Tuesday, 16 Sep 2014

NEW YORK, New York –Sept. 16, 2014-- For more than 75 years, Overseas Press Club members have reported news from China and Hong Kong,...

Monday, 15 Sep 2014

The following names get a mention in this month's installment of the People column.

OPC SCHOLARS: Alexander Besant, Anna...

Friday, 12 Sep 2014

The Foreign Correspondents' Club of China has issued findings on how the Chinese government is cracking down on Western media.